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After-hours buzz: TripAdvisor, Intuit, Fossil & More

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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:

TripAdvisor - The online travel research company posted fourth-quarter earnings per share of 21 cents, excluding items, on $213 million in revenue versus estimates calling for EPS of 21 cents on $205 million in sales. Its shares rose 2.3 percent in extended-hours trading.

Intuit - The tax preparation service lowered its second-quarter guidance to reflect the later opening of the tax season. The company projected second-quarter revenue of $775 million to $780 million versus a $901 million estimate. The company forecast non-GAAP earnings per share of 1 cents to 2 cents versus estimates of 26 cents. Its shares fell 0.7 percent in extended-hours trading.

Fossil - The fashion accessories retailer reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of $2.68 on $1.06 billion in revenue versus estimates of EPS of $2.43 on revenue of $1.02 billion. It forecast first-quarter revenue growth of up 12.5 percent to up 14 percent versus an estimate of up 11 percent. It sees first-quarter EPS of $1.10 to $1.18 versus an $1.30 estimate. Its shares rose 6 percent in extended-hours trading.

Procter & Gamble - The consumer packaged goods company lowered its fiscal 2014 earnings and sales guidance due to currency volatility. Its shares fell 0.5 percent in extended-hours trading.

FireEye - The provider of security against cyberattacks posted a fourth-quarter loss per share of 35 cents on $57 million in revenue versus an estimated loss of 37 cents per share on $56 million in sales. It forecasts a first-quarter loss of 51 cents to 56 cents on revenues of $70 million to $72 million versus a $76 million estimate. Its shares declined 5.1 percent in extended-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson.

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